• Still Water: The Deep Life of the Pond

    John Lewis-Stempel

    The author of ‘Meadowland’ and ‘The Running Hare’ peers into the reedy depths of a vanishing habitat.

    Hardback £14.99
  • The Wall

    John Lanchester

    A powerful dystopian view of Britain following a rise in sea levels, from the author of ‘Capital’.

    Hardback £14.99
  • The Hidden Life Of Trees: What They Feel, How They Communicate- Discoveries From A Secret World

    Peter Wohlleben , foreword by Timothy Flannery

    The author is a German forester whose sympathetic account of how trees behave like families has already been a bestseller in Europe. Tree parents prefer to live with their children, apparently. They have children relatively young and are useful as grandparents. With age their crowns thin and they expand around the middle… (We look forward to learning how the teenagers scarper.) This is an absolutely fascinating and extremely readable account of how trees create their own ideal environments and maintain them for centuries, if left to their own devices. A walk in the woods will never be the same again for anyone who reads this.

    Hardback £16.99
  • No Beast So Fierce: The Champawat Tiger and Her Hunter, the First Tiger Conservationist

    Dane Huckelbridge

    A thrilling account of the background and implications of the successful hunt by Jim Corbett of the tiger who claimed the lives of 436 people between 1900 and 1907. Corbett later became famous for his crusade to save the Bengal tiger and its habitat.

    Hardback £16.99
  • Poetry from the Future: Why a Global Liberation Movement Is Our Civilisation’s Last Chance

    Srecko Horvat

    A call for a new radical internationalism from a gifted philosopher; a powerful antidote to the dystopian contemporary passivity where the past is being forgotten and the future viewed without hope.

    Hardback £16.99
  • Origins: How The Earth Made Us

    Lewis Dartnell

    Did you know that voting patterns in today’s USA follow the bed of an ancient sea? This is a superb account of how the planet’s composition affects our human story.

    Hardback £20.00
  • The Environment: A History of the Idea

    Paul Warde

    Traces the concept of the environment since WW2, making a planet-wide narrative of the consequences of human behaviour, and the resulting crisis in which we live.

    Hardback £22.00
  • Unruly Waters: How Mountain Rivers and Monsoons Have Shaped South Asia’s History

    Sunil Amrith

    Himalayan rivers support a fifth of the world’s population, and everyone in the Asian subcontinent. Professor of South Asian Studies at Harvard, Amrith retells historical events and stories from a hydrological perspective, going on to discuss present day perils, global warming and beyond…

    Hardback £25.00
  • Horizon

    Barry Lopez

    It’s hard to characterise this book other than by saying that it covers all places on all continents at all times… a lifetime of journeys and thinking from the author of ‘Arctic Dreams’.

    Hardback £25.00